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  1. Limitations of inferential reasoning considered in determining whether there was negligence of the driver of an unidentified vehicle

    20 April 2022 | Insurance & Health Law

    The Victorian Supreme Court has highlighted the limitations of inferential reasoning in relation to a plaintiff’s ability to prove that the oily substance on a highway, that caused her to collide with another vehicle, was on the highway by reason of the negligence of the driver of an unidentified...

  2. Court of Appeal delivers head-on decision in head-on collision case

    23 November 2020 | Insurance & Health Law

    A head-on collision occurred on a straight road with 1 lane in each direction. The driver of each vehicle brought a claim against the other alleging they were at fault for the accident. Both vehicles were insured by the same CTP insurer. Following a...

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